The Komets return home this week after a pair of road games and 12-day absence from the Coliseum to host the Kalamazoo Wings Friday at 8 p.m.
The Komets announced Monday that right wing Garrett Meurs has been reassigned from San Antonio of the AHL to the Komets.
Raphael Bussieres broke a 1-1 tie with just under six minutes left in the third period and host the Quad City Mallards (6-5-3) went on to defeat the Fort Wayne Komets (6-5-0) 2-1 Sunday.
Fort Wayne’s only goal came in the third period on Wednesday as the Komets lost to the Cyclones 3-1 in ECHL action.
Drew Daniels and Spencer Martin are both getting at shot in the AHL.
Kashirsky 30, started this season appearing in five games with Greenville before being released on Nov. 4
Jordon Southorn of the Fort Wayne Komets is the Sher-Wood Hockey ECHL Player of the Week for Nov. 2-8.
The Komets completed a three-game weekend with a 5-2 win at Kalamazoo Sunday, improving to 6-3-0. The Komets mounted a 4-0 lead before Kalamazoo solved goaltender Pat Nagle with two quick goals in the third period in a span of 11 seconds.
With the scored tied at three in the third period, Spencer Martin gave up three goals to Kalamazoo as the Komets lost their third game of the season 6-4.
The Komets got some revenge on the Toledo Walleye, the same team that knocked them out of the Kelly Cup Playoffs last year, with a 4-1 win on Friday night.
The Fort Wayne Komets have placed F Alex Belzile on the 21-Day Injured Reserve.
Fort Wayne Komets defensemen Drew Daniels and Jordon Southorn and Orlando Solar Bears defenseman Eric Baier are the AMI Graphics ECHL Plus Performers of the Month for October after sharing the league lead with a plus-minus rating of +7.
The Komets fell 5-1 to the Cincinnati Cyclones Saturday night at the Memorial Coliseum. A Halloween crowd witnessed the Komets drop to 4-2-0 after six games to start the 2015-16 season.
The Indy Fuel (3-2-1-0) scored in bursts Friday night with goals coming 1:07 and 2:00 apart en route to a 4-2 win over the Fort Wayne Komets (4-1-0-0) Friday night at Indiana Farmers Coliseum.
The Komets moved to 4-0-0 on the young 2015-16 campaign after sweeping a home double-header against intrastate rival Indy Friday and Saturday.
Randy Cure participated in the Fort Wayne training camp appearing in all three preseason games.
The Komets announced this afternoon that defenseman Gabriel Beaupre has been assigned to Fort Wayne from the AHL’s San Antonio Rampage.
The Komets battled the Indy Fuel Saturday night in a game that saw leads by each team dissipate into overtime.
The Komets remained unbeaten at 3-0-0 Friday night with a 3-0 victory over the visiting Indy Fuel, pleasing a home crowd of 7,135.
The Komets successfully opened the season with a pair of wins against the Kalamazoo Wings and completed week one of 2015-16 with a 2-0-0 record and four points.